(PHOENIX) -- The National Association of Asian American Professionals – Phoenix Chapter is proud to announce that two of its board members, Alise Chan and Kathy Huynh, were selected to participate in the 2013 FBI Citizens’ Academy Class XXI.
The goal of the Citizens’ Academy is to foster a greater understanding of the FBI’s role in the community through open discussion and to showcase the FBI’s tools, tactics, jurisdiction and vision for national law enforcement, homeland defense and counter-terrorism.
Each year, 30 leaders representing the community-- from Arizona business, labor, media, law enforcement, government, minority and religions groups are selected after a competitive process. During the eight-week program, participants learn firsthand how the FBI investigates crimes and threats to our national security and the various tools and techniques the FBI uses to carry out their mission.
NAAAP's vision is to be the proving ground for North American Asian Professionals, forging leaders of tomorrow through professional development, cultural awareness, community service and mentorship. To learn more about our member benefits or if you would like to join the NAAAP Phoenix family, you can visit http://www.naaapphoenix.org/membership